“I am not willing to say there is a conspiracy You make your own decision,” he said.
Indian reporters could not find that any of the computer’s parts made in India.
Lloyd Trufelman, a spokesman for Datawind, insisted that his company would “be eager” to provide computers for independent examination but has not said that would happen.
Ironically, cheaper Chinese computers with greater capabilities have been on sale in the United States for several months.
One company, Iview, made its cyberpad available to American consumers online this month for only $59 — without government subsidies.